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SAVING FOR COLLEGE

Educate yourself on College financing.

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mPOWER_FinancingHigherEducation

5 MINUTES
Paying for college can feel like the toughest part of earning your degree, but it doesn’t have to be. Fortunately, there are many resources available to help you fund your higher education. Learn more about the various loan and financial aid options that you should explore when applying to college, including how to:

  • Identify different ways to pay for higher education
  • Define basic loan terms and types
  • Understand the FAFSA
  • Determine FAFSA Expected Family Contributions
  • Compare financial aid offers
  • Identify different options for repaying student loans
  • List tax incentives associated with student loans

mPOWER_Savings

7 MINUTES
If you’re like most people, saving money is easier said than done. A 2016 Bankrate.com survey revealed that nearly two thirds of Americans don’t have enough money saved to cover emergency expenses like a car repair or Emergency Room visit. Life is unpredictable, so it is important to make sure you are financially prepared. Whether you already have emergency savings or are looking to start, learn how to:

  • Define the importance of Emergency Savings:
  • Determine monthly take-home pay
  • Differentiate between Needs and Wants
  • Evaluate monthly expenses and opportunities to reduce costs
  • List ways to start Building Savings
  • Identify Strategies to pay off credit card debt

mPOWER_529Plans

5 MINUTES
Figuring out how to pay for higher education can seem intimidating. Sometimes scholarships and financial aid may not cover the total tuition cost. This is where a 529 Plan can help you pay for higher education. Small amounts of money you set aside each month can make a big difference in the long run. Take our 529 Plans course to learn about:

  • Calculate how long it will take you to reach your savings goals
  • Define a 529 Plan
  • Identify the advantages of 529 Plans vs. other savings options
  • Differentiate between true and false statements about 529 Plans
  • List steps to sign up for a 529 Plan, begin savings, and use the saved funds
  • Identify ways to begin saving

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